1. a person who appears to be solemn and calm in public, yet really lets loose and gets wild during afterhours or while alone with one person, like a lover.
2. a glam metal band that scored big in the 80s. Their first international album "Metal Health" made it to the top of the album chart in the autumn of 1983. It is the first heavy metal album to top the chart. Also, "Cum On Feel the Noize" ( a Slade cover), "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)", "Slick Black Cadillac", "Run for Cover" and more from that album were hits. Other hits the band scored were "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", "Party All Night", "Stomp Your Hands, Clap Your Feet", "Condition Critical", the funk-inflected "The Wild and the Young" and a lot more. Singer Kevin DuBrow was found dead this week, as of yet no information has been released about his death. Heavy metal underwent a further step in it's evolution in the 80s when the vocals became more screamed, a tendency that was spearheaded by bands like AC/DC and Def Leppard, and Kevin was more than fit for the job - he could belt them out with the best of them. He was notorious for his wild antics on stage. At a 2000 concert in Columbus, Ohio he talked about glam metal's glory days in the fun 80s and how the music scene changed in the "fucking PC 90s" (his exact words). He made the band what it was. He was 52. RIP Kevin. Rest your head, weer really are all crazee now. VIVA ROCK'N'ROLL!
1. Mike acted like an introvert in class, but after school he dropped LSD into his soft drink and made out with and screwed his girlfriend underneath the bleachers. He was a complete quiet riot. Very few people knew of this.
2. When Quiet Riot played live in concert they were anything but quiet. You could do what their signature song says - bang your head. Quiet Riot ROCKs!
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